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The Native Language Community Coordination Training and Technical Assistance (NLCC TTA) Center connects the NLCC cooperative agreement recipients and provides support to them through training, technical assistance, networking opportunities, Native language resources, tools, and community engagement. The goal of the NLCC TTA Center is to maximize the recipients’ impact on each of their communities’ language revitalization efforts. This website also provides resources to ANA language grantees, applicants, and others working to preserve critically endangered Native American languages.

Objective Work Plan

January 16, 2018

The Objective Work Plan (OWP) form is required with all ANA grant applications.

Language Nest Handbook

October 14, 2014

Developed by First Peoples' Cultural Council, the Language Nest Online Toolkit Visit disclaimer page is a collection of resources for language nest programs in First Nations' communities.

Project Implementation Webinar Series Part 4

Continuations and Grant Amendments
November 21, 2013

ANA grantees may need modify their budget or other aspects of their grant in order to best accomplish their project. This webinar will go over the approval and submittal process for these amendments. Hosted by the ANA Alaska Region Training and Technical Assistance Center.

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Sustainability Webinar Series Part 4

How Do You Achieve Financial Sustainability?
September 26, 2013

In the final part of the ANA Sustainability Series, you’ll learn strategies for achieving financial sustainability, such as how to analyze your existing resources and identify funding gaps, how to access a range of funding sources, and identify financing strategies to fill gaps. This webinar will also summarize the entire series and answer the question: How do you achieve financial sustainability? Hosted by the ANA Western Region Training and Technical Assistance Center.

Sustainability Webinar Series Part 3

Practical Tools for Achieving Community and Political Sustainability
September 12, 2013

Building and continuing community support through effective community and stakeholder outreach is necessary for achieving community sustainability. During this webinar Visit disclaimer page , you will learn how tapping into that community support helps build and strengthen political support for sustaining your project. You’ll also learn about Memorandums of Agreement and Memorandums of Understanding and how utilizing these can help. Hosted by the ANA Alaska Region Training and Technical Assistance Center.

Sustainability Webinar Series Part 2

A Long Happy Project Life: Achieving Programmatic Sustainability
August 22, 2013

Ensuring that your program becomes sustainable in the long-term means more than having money. During this webinar, you’ll learn strategies for achieving programmatic sustainability, such as how mapping out your operations plans can eliminate stress and save time, how to use constant evaluation to maintain relevancy and improve quality of services, how documenting successes helps maintain momentum and boost morale, and best practices for creating lean, solutions-oriented contingency plans.Hosted by the ANA Pacific Region Training and Technical Assistance Center.

Integrating ANA and EPA Funding - ANA Webinar

Environmental Grantee Success Stories
August 15, 2013

Join us to learn how the ANA Environmental Regulatory Enhancement Program (ERE), EPA's Indian General Assistance Program (IGAP), and EPA Brownsfield programs can be integrated to achieve your community's environmental goals and objectives, and listen to two of ANA's ERE Grantees share their project success strategies. Hosted by the Alaska Region Training and Technical Assistance Cente

Sustainability Webinar Series Part 1

What is it and Why is it Important?
August 8, 2013

Sustainability is critical for continuation of service provision or benefits derived through your project.  During this 1st in a 4 part series on sustainability you will learn the definition of sustainability and the various types of sustainability items that must be considered when thinking about your overall sustainability strategy. Hosted by ANA's Eastern Region Training and Technical Assistance Center.

Finding foundation funding can be part of a well-rounded sustainability plan. During this webinar, learn about the various types of foundations, when to apply for a foundation grant, and understand the importance of foundations granting guidance. Find out how to access this funding during this webinar, hosted by the ANA Western Training and Technical Assistance Center.